The bad news is that one of our highly advanced Winvasion machines broke down again (or is rebelling against its rightful masters as the first step in the rise of the machines), so we can’t record. The good news is that due to scheduling problems (STUFF™ keeps happening) we couldn’t record anyway! That’s good because … we’re using up all the bad luck, you see. It’s bound to run out eventually.
As usual, we’ll try to be back as soon as we can, which should be in October.
In technical news, if you use the contact form to contact us and enter a Yahoo address, there might be problems. This is because, basically, Yahoo doesn’t want mails with a Yahoo address getting send from non-Yahoo servers. Read this if you really care. You might run into problems in other places too.
In personal news, bitva, we managed to dig up your message even though you are one those freaky Yahoo people. If anyone else sent us something with a Yahoo address through the contact form, we didn’t get it. And that’s your own fault, really. Advance into the nineties and start using Hotmail already!
Hi folks, just a little public service announcement:
1) We’re not dead.
(Pretty good so far, right?)
2) We’re sorry you have to wait for the next episode. Making schedules match when you’re in different time zones never has been super easy, and right now we’re both very busy with non-podcasty things that we unfortunately have to deal with. Stuff keeps happening. Good stuff, bad stuff, mostly just a lot of stuff. Stuff that messes up our schedules and has now repeatedly forced us to call off a recording. Sucks, but that’s what you get when you’re not in your twenties anymore and life gets all serious.
3) Episode 31 will come as soon as we can manage. Which might not be very soon, but we’ll try our best.
There’s probably no good way to say this, so let’s not beat around the bush: Considering recent events, we have to come to the conclusion that it’s best to end development of this podcast. For 2013. There will be no new content. This year.
We know this comes as a surprise and a shock to most of you, but whenever one of us isn’t hoarse and coughing and spitting mucus, the other is spitting mucus and coughing and hoarse. And while some of you might be into us making dirty sounds like that, we feel we have a responsibility to the rest to maintain the exceedingly outrageously high standard of broadcasting you’ve gotten used to. For the second time in two weeks we find ourselves unable to record, and now we’ve just given up. We’re quitters, not fighters. So that’s it for this year.
We hope you had happy holidays and some vacation days you could spend with your loved ones, playing Invasion. Happy New Year! See you on the other side.